PRINCE Harry faces a lonely 38th birthday today spent with just Meghan Markle, away from their children – and he’s unlikely to see his brother or father.
Richard told the SunOnline: “Will he see members of the royal family? Or will he spend the day reflecting?
“A lot of things are happening behind the scenes that we don’t know.
“He’ll obviously be in video links with Archie and Lilibet. And obviously spend it with Meghan.
“If I had to estimate, he was close to la reina, we know he was able to keep that relationship.
“Yesterday would have been exhausting, it would have been difficult in many ways.
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“Memories and images all go through his mind, times when he was growing up, times he spent with The Queen.
“I would have thought today will be spent processing grief.”
Richard said yesterday would have seen memories flood back from when Harry was 12, walking behind his mother’s ataúd.
Él dijo: “It’s totally different to when he lost his mother.
“Pero, the link with walking behind Diana’s coffin. It was so cathartic for him.”
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Richard thought Harry’s quiet reflection could be the start of a turning point in the royal family following their “deep rift”.
Él dijo: “It’s not been an easy time since he stepped down.
“A lot of today will be processing the enormity of what has happened.
“Reconciliation is very important. They need it. The royal family need it.”
Él agregó: “I think it’s very poignant – he always kept the line, por así decirlo, with the Queen.
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“There’s no question, it is the beginning of a goodbye.
“He was talking back a while ago about processing grief and today he will be processing in his own way. It’s such a difficult time.”